Calling all Craft Fair Vendors, registration is now officially open for our 12th Annual Christmas Craft Fair on December 9, 2017. In past years, you could find jewelry, soaps, candles, doll clothing, dog treats, scarves,…
Now that the summer has officially begun, it's never to early to think about the Fall Athletic season. All students planning to play Fall sports must be signed up on FamilyID in order to particpate on the first day in Au…
Posted on: June 23, 2017
Congratulations to these five student-athletes who were honored tonight at the Concord Monitor Players of the Year Award ceremony. Pictured below (left to right) are Rich Sullivan '18 (football) Lauren Roy '18 (field hoc…
Now that the summer has officially begun, it's never to early to think about the Fall Athletic season. All students planning to play Fall sports must be signed up on FamilyID in order to particpate on the first day in August. Never too early to sign up! Brady families, please sign your student-athlete(s) up for their Fall sport now!
Calling all Craft Fair Vendors, registration is now officially open for our 12th Annual Christmas Craft Fair on December 9, 2017. In past years, you could find jewelry, soaps, candles, doll clothing, dog treats, scarves, jellies, candies, ribbon accessories, greeting cards , our famous cookie walk, raffles and much more. Be a part of this one of a kind, annual event!
Did you know that if you crafted at our 2016 Bishop Brady Craft Fair you helped send 80 Bishop Brady students on a mission trip to Habitat for Humanity in West Virginia. Google Bishop Brady 12th Annual Craft Fair to register online!
A big Sunday shoutout goes out to all of our Bishop Brady Dad's near and far, past and present! We hope each of you know how special you are to our community! Have a great day! Happy Father's Day to each and every one of you!
ATHLETICS ANNOUNCEMENT from the Principal
It is with mixed emotions that we announce that Andy Lathrop has accepted a position as Athletic Director for middle and high school sports in the Oyster River School District in Durham, NH
As many of you know, Andy has commuted to Concord from Maine for the past three years. This position will enable him to be just 15 minutes from home and much more accessible for his family.
Hiring Andy was one of the best decisions I have made. He has successfully overseen 22 NHIAA sports teams and handled all of the classification and co-op details without a glitch. Through his leadership, we have a revised the Athletic Handbook, become affiliated with Life of an Athlete, completed inventory of all equipment and uniforms, implemented the use of Family ID for sports registrations and permissions, conducted seasonal Sports Information Nights, updated the athletic website and developed a survey tool for parents so that we have pertinent data to discuss with coaches.
His handling of our student athletes with regard to behavioral issues, academic success and athletics participation has been top notch.
He will leave big shoes to fill.
That said, I am pleased to announce that I have appointed Annie Alosa as Interim Athletic Director for the 2017-2018 school year. Annie holds a master's degree in Sports Management and has worked closely with Andy throughout the past year. Annie will continue to manage the school's social media presence and will coach Girls Basketball for the next year. Hopefully, she can grow into Andy's shoes!
Andy will be transitioning and training with Annie over the next few weeks and has assured us that he is only a phone call away.
Andy, we wish you the best in your next venture. See you on the court...